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BBC Radio Suffolk
Rachel Sloane sits in. With news and all sorts of music for your journey home.
With music, features, interviews, interactive radio and much, much more.
Newmarket's horseracing industry wins its High Court challenge over new homes.
The shortlist for Suffolk's rail operator has been issued. National Express is not on it.
Budget talk from Central Suffolk MP Dan Poulter and former Ipswich Labour MP Chris Mole.
A British journalist describes the wreckage of a Lakenheath plane which crashed in Libya.
The company which runs Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant says radiation levels have risen.
Fukushima nuclear power station gets pumped with sea water to avoid a possible meltdown.
Hundreds of people are dead in the earthquake which struck off the North Coast of Japan.
There's angry reactions from unions over plans to change public sector pensions.
The Fire Bridgades Union speak out after a fire in Ipswich, Stephen brings you the story.
With news and all sorts of music including an interview with The Enid.
Suffolk Police investigate after a rape in Ipswich.
The scout association has admitted liability for the death of six year old Alan Lock.
Shock is being felt today at RAF Lakenheath after two airman are shot dead in Frankfurt.
Plans for the development of new homes in Suffolk have been put on hold.
A Suffolk pensioner talks about how he foiled a robbery in Bury St Edmunds.